Input and Output: Printf and Scanf – C Programming Tutorial 06

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In this tutorial, we have explained printf and scanf functions in C that are used to read input and write output from command line or Console.

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Hasib Arian says:

amazing explanation of everything. Thanks!

NEERAJ VISHWAKARMA says:

realy helped me

Nandan Tendulkar says:

This helped at lot. Thank you very much.

The video to introduction of pointers can be found here:

Introduction to Pointers in C/C++ – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-HBipu_1P0

tahir ali says:

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Amel AH says:

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aziz as says:

Thanks

Kishore Mahato says:

amazing explanation of everything. Thanks!amazing explanation of everything. Thanks!

AV Rma says:

Still idont know the exact time to use float,scanf amd printf.please reply me

Leo Abhi says:

thanks

Niraj Shah says:

Also, are you planning to add videos on graph and beyond? I am waiting for them 🙂

Prakash Thakur says:

Thank u Sir…. U r Great
Thanks for this vedio

OMPRAKASH PAGADALA says:

i request my codeschool to upload more videos on c. like loops etc
thank u

Zen Jon says:

Could you make some video(s) on loops? I can’t find them if you have

Kishore Mahato says:

thank u so much

ADITHYA SUDHIR says:

I don’t know the basics of c programming how it’s used and why. Pls explain

Юлия Вишнякова says:

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AMIT TIWARI says:

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shaik Althmash says:

what if we add space in between “%d and %d” in printf,, i’ve done it and the value of b is resulting with 1024 i didn’t get that :/

Ferguson Drozenski says:

This is a great video, thanks!

supergdify says:

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Paul Furey says:

Your videos are very helpful. I am trying to make a code look for numbers input, but I also need it to stop when I type in Stop. I can do it when I have a set number of values, but I am having trouble when I do not have a constant number of values.

nilay 1999 says:

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spark says:

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Steve Alvarado says:

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Emraan Al Qurayshi says:

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JAY says:

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Mohamed Abderrahmane says:

Nice, very nice. Thank you for the effort of sharing you knowledge with others in need of it like myself.

Joe Yabuki says:

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heytheremogwai says:

question…I’m trying to input a four digit integer (like 1234). is there a way to selectively (or parse) each digit of the integer by using the %d formatting?

MsPAL2010 says:

Hi, yo know why  10 ^ 23 =  -2147483648 in language C? Thanks you

Niraj Shah says:

Also, are you planning to add videos on graph and beyond? I am waiting for them 🙂

kebakaone bajaki says:

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elescoces33 says:

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jayed nahian says:

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Resul Ekrem Aykaç says:

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Albert Gao says:

Splendid! Finally know why and when should we use pointer!

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